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Hello, Does anyone know how to execute an infinite while loop in a shell script? Is it something like while 0 do.... I am using the korn shell, but can use any shell, someone please let me know. Thanks alot, Saisoft

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I haven't done any shell programming using any Unix shell, but you should do some sort of while(1 == 1) loop. 1 will of course always be equal to 1, and it'll loop until you break it.

Edited by - Muzzafarath on October 31, 2000 3:24:29 PM

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IIRC,

while(1) do
{
...
}


Or if you are using a bash:

while(1)
...
wend


IIRC


May I think or may I be?

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